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Africa on Foot

Experience a Kruger Walking Safari with Africa on Foot. The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is part of the Greater Kruger Park and shares unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park. It is here that guests can take part in incredible walking safaris. On a walking safari guests will be led by experienced and professional game rangers through a wildlife area rich in game including lion, leopard, elephant, rhino,...

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Sun 13 January 15:15

You got to get out there.

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Should you do it or not?...

I used to take a small video camera on game drive (safari) to capture those special moments out there. Not an expensive one, just something to show the people back home ... read more

Time stood still

As we walked out of camp and onto trail that morning I had a hollow feeling in my stomach and did not know why. Myself my back-up Daniel and five guests had heard lions ... read more

As white as snow!

There is no real reason for it, but for as long as I can remember my favourite animal in the bush has been the Lion. I know....how origional.... but that is the way it ... read more

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Experience a Kruger Walking Safari with Africa on Foot. The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is part of the Greater Kruger Park and shares unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park. It is here that guests can take part in incredible walking safaris. On a walking safari guests will be led by experienced and professional game rangers through a wildlife area rich in game including lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, buffalo as well as hyena, hippo, giraffe, zebra and a whole host of other wildlife. In addition to walking safaris, game drives and night drives are offered allowing guests to participate in a full spectrum of safari activities. Africa on Foot Camp has five chalets ensuring an intimate and personal safari experience, as well as a pool, lounge and dining area and the traditional boma where guests can enjoy evening camp fires and traditional South African barbecues called “braais”.